President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaitė supports efforts to strengthen energy cooperation with Norway. She is counting on the development of unconventional gas production and consistently in favour of building a nuclear power plant in Visaginas. However, the actions of the new coalition, which is seeking to lower the price of gas imported from Russia, are contrary to Grybauskaitė’s efforts and those of formerly Conservative cabinet. As well, the construction of the Visaginas plant seems to be less likely due to opposition and growing scepticism among the potential co-shareholder countries, Latvia and Estonia. The more Poland should strive for the timely implementation of energy interconnections that integrate the region.